BET Wire: Some in GOP Think Mississippi's Black Voters Are 'Uncle Toms' or Corrupt
Chris McDaniel is not conceding and has pledged to "root out this corruption" of Democrats voting in the Republican Senate runoff. "We have a statute, a law in our state that says you cannot participate in a primary unless you intend to support that primary winner in the general. [Democrats who voted for McDaniels] have no intention to do that, they'll be voting for [Democratic nominee] Travis Childers in November. We know that, they know that, and so that makes their actions illegal," he told conservative radio host Mark Levin. "We're going to be fighting this."